"You can use Lansinoh diaper rash ointment on dry skin, chapped lips, diaper rash, and minor cuts and scrapes. It's awesome!” -- LRichmond
"Believe it or not, microwave sterilizer bags can be used to steam veggies." -- SGuyton
"Baby shampoo to clean makeup brushes. They don't get sudsy!" -- SBarch
"I use burp cloths to clean up around the house. They’re heavy-duty!" -- PBuenrostro
"Baby food freezing trays are great for freezing wine for future recipes. I’ve also found that breast milk coolers make great lunch sacks." -- RMatthews
“I use the breast milk ice packs all the time. We’ve put them in a cooler with beer and soda.” -- EMauer
"Now that my kids are older, I use their old baby food storage containers as storage for paints, hair accessories and other small things. I’ve also used them as popsicle molds." -- MAugustine
"I use Kamillosan [ointment] to smooth my knees and elbows. Amazing stuff!" -- KMBeaumont
"I use baby wipes to remove makeup and clean hands. They’re the best baby product ever!" -- LLilly
"I put baby oil on right after the shower. It keeps my skin super-soft and prolongs my shave!" -- BDuvall
"Sudocrem is brilliant for soothing itches and burns!" -- KSpurr
"Diaper cream is awesome for treating chaffing from running." -- EMcDermott
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